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nice hostel, good breakfast, showers were warm, staff at the hostel also offered jungle tours so we did our through them to avoid hassle, was good value for money
Older crowd at this hostel. Kind of a sleepy town, but they offer very nice tours in the Amazon.
Excellent in absolutely all ways. Tambien, gracias a guias excelentes!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 41+
- (1 review)
This is a pretty good hostel. Walking distance to the main plaza and close to the port where you depart for all jungle tours. Good breakfast and kitchen. Hammocks. Pretty clean. Nice little living room with a small TV. BUT the mosquitos are outrageous. We never got bit much after 6 days in the jungle until we came to this place. Since the rooms are around an outside garden, the place is swarming with mosquitos (inside the rooms!), so be aware!!
Good and (for jungle towns) quite cheap hostel with mosquito nets
It's a little rustic, but friendly and near downtown. The staff don't speak much English, but there's usually someone among the guests who can translate if your Spanish is weak. The rooms are clean, with bed nets and fans, but if you're unlucky you'll end up in a top bunk with a floor fan that doesn't reach that far up, and then it's sweltering. I've stayed here twice for one night at a time, and once there were meetings in the common area so the guests couldn't use it, which was inconvenient.
lovely hostel that offers great trips both to the jungle and in Puerto Maldonado